New look for Lance’s website

This is good news…

Like many of my readers, I’m a big fan of the work that Lance Mindheim has been doing to encourage hobbyists to build what I call “achievable layouts“. I’ve always been frustrated, though, that Lance’s website and it’s always thought-provoking blog 1) was not searchable and 2) did not support RSS or other means of automatically notifying me when he’d posted a new entry.

Apparently, I’m not alone: As Lance notes in a post from last week, he’s in the process of addressing these by migrating this website engine over to something that includes a WordPress blog (the same blogging engine I use here).

The RSS feed does not yet appear to be active. But I will post an update as part of this post when it is. (And here’s an update: I plugged the URL for the blog page into my RSS reader and it worked.)

I know Lance will be pleased by the change, particularly the ability for readers to follow his blog. I have two following options on this blog and I’m flattered by the number of people who use it to keep tabs on what I’m doing.

3 thoughts on “New look for Lance’s website

  1. Is there a way to be notified of any follow-up comments without posting a comment? I tried to see if I could find some way, but I couldn’t do so. Seems like I did before, but I’ll be darned if I can figure it out again … that is IF I did before. ; )

    Thanks!

    • I’m not sure, Brian. Possibly, by clicking on the “Comments RSS” button in the right-hand menu, under “Housekeeping”.
      Cheers!

      • Trevor,
        I just tried that, and got this:

        This XML file does not appear to have any style information associated with it. The document tree is shown below.

        and the “document tree”. Oh well, Thanks anyhow! I’ll just keep checking back on your blogs that I don’t make comments on.

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